Gui Mallon | Live At Montruex

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Live At Montruex

by Gui Mallon

Adventure music debut from swedish based, Brazilian born guitarist gui mallon, recorded live at montreux with a full ensemble.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Baiao Tva
6:34 album only
2. Overture Montruex
3:43 album only
3. Marianne ( Lost in New York)
6:24 album only
4. 1: Samba Intro
1:34 album only
5. 2: Pavana Da Guanabara
0:51 album only
6. 3: Ipanema Sunset
1:21 album only
7. 4: Canto Indio
5:22 album only
8. 5: Baiao
7:12 album only
9. 6: Cadenza
0:59 album only
10. 7: Brasil, Brazil
3:11 album only
11. 8: Samba Coda
1:57 album only
12. Jam Finale
2:19 album only
13. Hermetica Ii
5:36 album only
14. Lek
4:53 album only


Album Notes
Right from the very beginning of his career, the guitarist Gui Mallon was interested in developing a repertoire where the guitar would perform together with other chamber instruments. "I could not bear the solitude of my intrument. The great majority of pieces in the traditional classical repertoire are comprised of solo guitar pieces with a few duetts and even fewer compositions for more than two instruments".

In september of 1991, Gui, then living in Madrid, recorded his first european album, "The Joy of Guitar", with compositions by Bach, Vivaldi, Mozart, Rodrigo and Tarrega, arranged for guitar, cello, flute and oboe.

In '94 he released "The Joy of Guitar II", that included Villa Lobos, Ravel, Albinoni, as well as his own compositions. These first two albums, were released under the "Viking Productions" label,

In '96 Gui began to record under his own label, ironically called "MYSELF RECORDS".


Bons Ventos (1984) The Joy of Guitar (1991) The Joy of Guitar II (1994) Guitar (1996) Brazil, Brazil (1997)

To begin with, The Gui Mallon Ensamble (a line-up totalling all of eleven musicians), performed only classical and contemporary music, but over the last four years has developed into something that has become difficult to classify.? "It's instrumental music, that's all!" says Gui.



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